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There are 13 plant varieties which are completely protected in all districts of the UP under the Tree Protection Act. Even forest department will not give permission to cut them down (unless under exceptional situations). The varieties are Mango, Neem, Peepal, Banyan, Mahua, Saal, Akhrot, Angu, Chamakhdik, Jamnoi, Baanj/Kharsu/Moru (Oak), Beeja Saal and Deodar. Out of them, only seven varieties naturally occur in Uttar Pradesh - Neem, Mahua, Saal, Peepal, Banyan, Mango and Beeja Saal.
The Tree Protection Act makes it mandatory for people to seek official permission from forest department for cutting, lopping, removing and disposing off the felled trees. The Act does not apply to trees standing in reserved and protected areas, forest and cantonment land. For trees present on all other land holdings, including private, permission from Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) is required. Conservator is appellate authority under the said Act.
If the official decision is not communicated to the person seeking permission for 35 days, it should be considered that permission has been granted. Under exceptional conditions, forest officials will have to give the permission to cut down the tree in case it can cause damage to life and property or is a hindrance in development activity. The completely protected varieties can also be cut under exceptional conditions.
This status is of 2010. If anybody is aware of any ammendment thereafter kindly enlighten.